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MEDICAL DIRECTORY



OF



NEW YORK.NEW JERSEY



AND



CONNECTICUT
1910



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Terms for single rocms, $25.00 to $65.00 per week.
Suites of rooms with private bath can be obtained if desired.

REFERENCES



Dr. Robert Abbe,
Dr. J. R. Alvarez,
Dr. W. S. Bainbridge,
Dr. L. Bolton Bangs,
Dr. C. C. Barrows,
Dr. C. G. Coakley,
Dr. Henry C. Coe,
Dr. J. F. Erdmann,
Dr. Egbert H. Grandin,
Dr. Jasper J. Garmany,
Dr. Virgil P. Gibney,
Dr. Frank C. Hollister,
Dr. William V. V. Hayes,
Dr. Edward G. Janeway,



Dr. Charles B. Kelsey,
Dr. Daniel Lewis,
Dr. Morris Manges,
Dr. James McKernon,
Dr. J. Douglas Nisbet,
Dr. Paul E. Outerbridge,
Dr. James Pedersen,
Dr. William M. Polk,
Dr. Reginald H. Sayre,
Dr. Daniel Stimson,
Dr. James Tuttle,
Dr. Brooks H. Wells,
Dr. John D. Wyeth.






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ADVERTISEMENTS.



Wa ldemere-on-the-Sound.

At Mamaroneck, N. Y.
jo minutes from Grand Central Depot.

For the private care and treatment of a Limited
Number of Patients suffering fiom Mental and
Nervous Disorders.

Cottages for one Patient or more Selected cases
of Alcoholic and Narcotic Habitues. Established
and under present management since 1889.

Consultation at the New York Office, 58 Central
Park West, corner, 66th Street, from 9 to 11 a.m.,
and by appointment. Telephone, 260 Columbus,
or address Mamaroneck, Westchester Co., N. Y.
Telephone, 31 Mamaroneck.

E. N. CARPENTER, M.D.,

Physician in charge.

W. J. CUNNINGHAM, M.D.

Assistant Physician.
Subway and "L" Stations at f*tr Street



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ADVERTISEMENTS.

(UNDER STATE LICENSE)




— ■



GRAND VIEW SANITARIUM

NORWICH, CONN.

For the Treatment of

Mental and Nervous Diseases

With Separate Detached Department for
Alcoholic and Drug Habits

THREE different houses. Main building and two cottages widely separated.

Every patient has separate room. Electric light and steam heat.

MASSAGE and ELECTRICAL Treatment. Three hours from New York

City, via N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R or by Norwich Line steamer, six hours.

Grand View is most charmingly situated amidst ten acres of
beautiful drives and shady walks in the quiet suburbs of Norwich.
Charges are reasonable. Terms and booklet on application.

Telephone 675, Norwich, Conn.

John J. Donohue, M.D.. John D. Donohue, Jr., M.D.,

Physician in Charge Assistant Physician



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MA KkTI>KMKNTS



SANFORD HALL



Licensed by the State Commission in Lunacy

FLUSHING, N. Y.

A PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR

Mental and Nervous Diseases

ESTABLISHED 184 1




Office in New York City,
56 West 56th Street.

Tues. and Fri., 10 to 12.



W. STUART BROWN,
Physician in Charge.

Telephone, 17 Flushing.



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ADVERTISEMENTS.



BREEZEHURST TERRACE, Whitcstonc, L. I., N. Y. City




D. A. HARRISON, M.D., Physician in charge, treats NERVOUS and MEN-
TAL DISEASES at Breezehurst Terrace, which is beautifully situated, with
good drives, walks, boating, etc. Carriage sent to any part of Greater New
York for patients. Whitestone is within 30 minutes of East 34th Street, com-
manding a fine view of Long Island Sound, is managed on the Home Plan, and
voluntary patients can be received.

New York Office: 58 Central Park West, Corner 66th Street, near subway.
N. Y. Telephone, 260 Columbus

Appointments made over Sanatorium Phone, 213 Flushing.
For further particulars apply to D. A. HARRISON, M.D.,

Box 15. Whitestone. L. I., New York City.



BE NOT DECEIVED BY TELEPHONE BOOK!

WE ARE THE ORIGINAL AND ONLY

Stephen Merritt Burial Co.

8th Avenue and 19th Street

Our Only Phone, 125 Chelsea

The largest in the world.

Private Rooms and Chapels free.

We never close. Our only Phone 125 Chelsea.

REV. STEPHEN MERRITT, President

P. W. RADCLIFFE, Vice-President and Manager



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ADVEKI ISEMENTS.



RIVER CREST

For ]WerVous and Mental Diseases
Alcoholic and Drug Habitues

(Both Voluntary and Committed Cases)

Astoria, Long Island, New York City




A Sanitarium duly licensed by the State Commission and
conducted for the Care and Treatment of Nervous and
Mental Diseases, with a separate detached department for
Alcohol and Drug Habitues. A Home-like private retreat.
Beautifully located in a large park overlooking the City and
Long Island Sound Easily accessible. Hydropathy, Elec-
tricity, Massage. Modern Equipment. Terms moderate.



J. Jos. Kindred, M. D.,

President



Wm. Elliott Dold, M. D.,

Physician in Charge



New York Office, 616 Madison Ave , Corner 58th St
Hours, three to four and by appointment.
'Phone 1470 Plaza. Sanitarium 'Phone 679 Astoria, Astoria



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U>\ U<1 ISI-. MK\ I S



ARTHUR C. POMEROY, Pres. & Treas. HENRY M. DEAN. Sec

Established 1867. Incorporated 1875

Pomeroy Company

34 EAST 23d STREET (Bet. B'way & 4th Ave.)

Telephone, 6881 Gramercy

330 LENOX Ave., Near 126th Street

Telephone, 2388 Harlem

208 LIVINGSTON STREET, BROOKLYN

825 BROAD STREET, NEWARK, N. J

Telephone, 2433 Market



The Pomeroy Frame Truss



FOR HERNIA



SUPPORTING BELTS

MADE, TO FIT



Trade

u



Master ' Elastic Stockings

Mark

For Varicose Veins* Weak and Swollen Joints,

Sprains, Etc.



POMEROY CORSETS

For Movable Kidney and Abdominal Support



Orthopedic Instruments and
Artificial Limbs

Carefully Made and Fitted



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ALA I K I I SK M KN I s



Surgical Appliances




Skillful and experienced women will attend ladies at our
application rooms, or, if the physician so requests, at their
residences.

Liberal discounts in price will be cheerfully accorded on
the written requests of physicians in behalf of poor patients.

POMEROY COMPANY



34 EAST 23d STREET
330 LENOX AVENUE
208 LIVINGSTON STREET
825 BROAD STREET



NEW YORK
- NEW YORK

BROOKLYN
NEWARK, N. J.



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ADVKK'I I SI- MEN I -



Central Registry for Nurses

Under the management of the New York
County Registered Nurses' Association

52 East 34th Street, New York City

Telephone, 3457 Madison Square



PAULINE L DOLUYER,
Registrar



MARIE A. PLESS, R. N.,
Assistant Registrar



Telephone, 3806 Lenox

SCHOTTS WET NURSE AGENCY

Office: 220 E. 75th Street, New York

Hours: 8 A. M. -5 P. M. 7-8P.11 Sundays, 9-11 A. M.

Wet Nurses furnished to Physicians.



lity The Whitman Flat
Foot Braces

Teleohor.e
2471
PLAZA

Sho.\s the under sui face of the brace and
The outlines of Dr. Whitman a L>r.<.e. the outer flange. B — The calcaneocuboid

A — the astragalus, navicular articulation, articulation. C — The exUeinity of the fifth

the highest part of the arch. metatarsal bone.

MAUGER & SCHUSTER, Manufacturers of Orthopedic Appliances, 201 EAST 52d ST., NEW YORK

Mi t j. Knc iid Arm Splints, Clubfoot, Bowleg, s.nocic-icuei and S r inal Hraces





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AD\ ERTISEMEN fS.




Send Your RUPTURE Cases
To Us for a Properly Fitted

TRUSS

The Bunker Truss is
composed of many parts
which make it possible to
adapt the truss effective-
ly to absolutely any and
every form of hernia. Each
case of rupture is individ-
ualized and a truss assem-
bled to suit each individu-
al case. The pads are
made all sizes, all shapes,
and of different materials,
such as wood, water, or
combination metals; some
of the pads are covered
with felt, velvet, etc.

The water pad is a won-
derful mechanism. In this
pad when you turn a screw
one way you make the pad
hard; when you turn it the
other way, you make it

soft. These pads vary in shape so that a pad can be used to suit any case.
Some of the pads have three springs, some have five and if heavy pressure
is needed at one end of the pad heavy springs can be used there and light
springs where light pressure is needed.

The little spiral springs are the things that give the truss its distinguish-
ing qualities. They are the agency that maintains the pressure. They are
made of phosphor bronze with the temper rolled in and are of varying de-
grees of strength, and are formed into a mechanism that fits into the pad,
strong or light springs being selected according to the requirements of each
case to be fitted.

These springs regulate the degree of pressure, releasing or increasing it
as the movements of the body require. For instance, when lifting heavy
weights the muscles of the abdomen stand out and their size increases; this
is the time that a rupture needs strong support and this is just the time
when the Bunker Truss increases its pressuie; when the muscles relax the
truss also relaxes its pressure. No other truss will do thi-s

The cut of our pad sho^-s springs in a normal position when in place
on the body.

We wish to get in touch with physicians and have ihem prescribe and fit
our truss.

Terms Reasonable. Full Particulars and Booklet on Request.

THE BUNKER TRUSS COMPANY

47 W. 42dSt, Cor. eth Ave., NEW YORK CITY



THE BUNKER

Automatic Massaging Pad
(Patented)



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10



\1)\ KRTISEMF.NTS.



Bancroft

Health Resort



Butler, N. J.

L. D. Phone, 36-W. Pompton Lakes



C, A Sanitarium, with elegant appoint-
ments, situated in a large private park,
for the care and treatment of Nervous
and Mental Diseases, and Drug and
Liquor Habituation. Several widely
separated buildings make it possible to
completely segregate the different classes
cases, of Unsurpassed as a place for
rest and recuperation.

C Reached via Susquehanna or Green-
wood Lake branch of Erie R. R. Ar-
rangements can be made to have our
motor car, with attendants if desirable,
call for patients.

Dr. G. B. Gale, Med. Dir.

409 Firemen's Building, Broad and Market Streets

NEWARK, N. J.

L. D. Phone 4407 Market



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ADVERTISEMENTS I I

ADVANTAGES of Membership
^/ £ in the Medical Society of the
State of New York must appeal to
every thoughtful physician.

WHY?

Xot merely because of its scientific value:
Xot merely because it promotes social and fraternal
relations :

Xot merely because of its strength as an organiza-
tion for advancing and conserving the corporate
interests of all its members.

BUT—

Because of its economic value to you.

Because of what you get.

Because you can't afford to remain without it.

CONSIDER THIS PROPOSITION

Membership in the Medical Society of the State of
New York immediately confers upon you, without extra
cost, the following:

i. You receive the New York State Journal of
Medicine monthly. It keeps you in touch with the
latest scientific thought and progress in all departments
of medicine.

2. You receive the Directory containing the
names, addresses, etc., of all practicing physicians in
the States of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.

3. You receive Protection from malpractice
suits. No practicing physician can afford to be without
protection of this character. The protection which the
Medical Society of the State of New York affords can-
not be duplicated by any Casualty Company at any
premium. (During the past three years 7s malpractice
suits were brought, and every case was successfully
defended.)

4. You are eligible to membership in the Amer-
ican Medical Association, our great representative na-
tional society.



Applicants for membership in the State Society
should apply to the Secretary of the County Medical
Societv of the countv in which thev reside.



I-' AUVEkTlSEMEN I S

Schieffelin & Co.'s

(New York)

Soluble Pills and Granules

Reliable, Soluble, Beautiful



THE PERFECTION OF PILL MAKING



Examine Them and Notice

Their Perfect Uniformity in size and weight.
The Crystal Transparency of the coating.
They are the only pills which show the precise colors
of the masses.



Test Them and Prove

Their Ready Solubility

Their Exact Conformity to their several Formula?

The Certainty of Proper Therapeutic Effects.



SPECIFY Schieffelin's WHEN PRESCRIBING



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THE

MEDICAL DIRECTORY

OF

NEW YORK, NEW JERSEY

AND

CONNECTICUT

PUBLISHED BY THE

MEDICAL SOCIETY

OF THE

STATE OF NEW YORK

VOLUME XII




1910



1910






Copyright, 1910, by the
MEDICAL SOCIETY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK.



-3131



PRINTED BY

THE I'EDERAL PRINTING COMPANY.

NEW YORK



PREFACE



T N presenting the twelfth volume of the Medical Directory
of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut, the Medical
Society of the State of New York has endeavored to present
the best Medical Directory possible of these three States.

In compiling the list of Physicians in New York State, the
resolution of the House of Delegates passed on May 19, 1906,
has been strictly complied with, viz. :

"Resolved, That in the Medical Directory of New York,
New Jersey and Connecticut, published by the Medical
Society of the State of New York, only the names of regis-
tered physicians be inserted."

The Medical Society of the State of New York will con-
sider it a favor if any one finding errors in this book will
report the same, so that they may be corrected in future
editions.

The total number of physicians in lists contained in
Volume XII of the Medical Directory is 17,416, of which
13,474 are in New York State, 2,558 in New Jersey, 1,384 in
Connecticut. Of the 13,474 physicians in New York State,
5,104 are credited to Manhattan and Bronx, 1,803 to Brooklyn,
198 to Queens. 64 to Richmond, a total for Greater New York
of 7,169. which makes the number of physicians residing in
the rest of the State 6,305.

17 West 43RD Street, New York
September 17, 1910.



Published by the
MEDICAL SOCTETY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK.



CONTENTS.



Addresses received too late for

classification 860

Advantages of Membership Med.

Soc. State of New York 11

American Medical Association Offi-
cers 855

Benevolent Institutions, New York
State:

Batavia 753

Bath 753

Bedford Station 753

Binghamton . 753

Brooklyn. Queens and Rich-
mond 763-764

Buffalo 754

Canaan 754

Central Islip 754

Chappaqua 754

Oannemora 754

Dobbs Ferry 754

Elmira 754

Fishkill-on-Hudson 754

Freeville 755

Gowanda 755

Hastings-on-Hudson 755

Hudson 755

Kings Park 755

Liberty 755

Manhattan and Bronx 756-762

Middletown 755

Mineola 755

Mount Vernon 756

Newark 756

New York City:

Manhattan and Bronx 738-748

Brooklyn, Queens and Rich-
mond 748-750

Ogdensburg 764

Poughkeepsie 765

Ray Brook 765

Rochester 765

Rome 765

Saranac Lake 765

Sea Cliff 765

Sonyea 765



Benevolent Institutions, New York
State (Continued):

Syracuse 766

Utica 766

Verbank 766

West Haverstraw 766

White Plains 766

Willard 766

Yorktown 766

Board of Health, N. Y. City 781-786

N. Y. State 773

Medical Society of the State of
New York 595-683

Charities Aid Association 753

State Board of 753

Colleges, Medical, in New York

State 774

Constitution:
Medical Society of the State of
New York 670-672

Coroners, Now York City 786

Dispensaries in New York State:

Albany 737

Buffalo 737

Hornell 737

N. Y. City:

Manhattan and Bronx 738-748

Brooklyn, Queens and Rich-
mond 748-750

Ogdensburg 750

Rochester 750-751

Saratoga 751

Schenectady 751

Syracuse 751

Troy 751-752

Utica 752

Yonkers 752

Ethics, Principles of, American
Medical Association 677-683

Examiners in Lunacy, Reg. in N.

Y. Co 767-772

Fire Department Medical Officers.. 786

Hospitals of New York State:

Albany 701

Albion 701



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Hospitals of n<w York Slate (Con-
tinued) :

Amsterdam 701

Auburn 702

Batavla 702

Binghamton 702

Krc.nxville 702

Brooklyn, Queens and Rich-
mond 723-729

Buffalo 702-704

Canandalgua 704

Cohoes 704

Cooperstown 704

Corning 704

Cortland 705

Oobbs Ferry 705

Dunkirk 705

Cast View 705

Elmira 705

Fulton 705

Geneva 705

Glens Falls 705

Gloversville 706

Hempstead 706

Herkimer 706

Hornell 706

Hudson 706

llion 706

Kingston 706

Lestershire 706

Lockport 706

Manhattan and Bronx 707-723

Mattewan 707

Middletown 707

Mineola 707

Wount Vernon 707

Newburgh 707

New Rochelle 707

New York City:

Manhattan and Br< nx 707-723

Brooklyn, Queens ind Rich-
mond 725-729

Niagara Falls 729

Myack 729

dear, 729

Oneida 729

frneonta . . . 7Mi



Hospitals of New Yolk S(aii' (Con-
tinued) :

Onondaga 7 30

Ossining . . 730

Oswego 730

Peekskill 730

Port Jervis 730

Poughkeepsle 730

Rochester 731-732

Rome 732

Saranac Lake 732

Saratoga 7 32

Schenectady 732

Suffern 732

Syracuse 733

Tarrytown 733

Troy 734

Utica 734-735

Watertown 735

White Plains 735

Yonkers 735-736

Lunacy :
Examiners Reg. in N. Y. Co.. 767-772

State Board of 767

Medical Examiners:

New York 773

Medical Laws, N. Y. State 774-780

Members Medical Society of the

State of New York 598-667

Advantages" of membership in. 11
Names and addresses received too

late for classification 860

National Societies 855-859

Physicians, Alphabetical List :

New York 483-594

Physicians, with full data:

Connecticut 831-854

New Jersey 787-830

New York, exclusive of N. Y.

City 321-476

Manhattan and Bronx 55-232

Brooklyn 247-309

Queens 310-317

Richmond 318-320

Physicians, retired rind non-prar-
ticing:
New York State 477 48?



CO X TE NTS



I'liysician*, Street Liit of:

Manhattan and Bronx 21-53

Brooklyn 233-246

Police Surgeons, N. Y. City 786

Psychiatric Institute for State Hos-
pitals 767

Societies, Medical, of New York

State 595-700

Medical Society of the State of

New York 595-683

Alumni Associations 694-695

Amsterdam 685

Auburn 685

Binghamton 685

Buffalo 685-686

Canandaigua 686

Central N. Y. Medical 684

Central N. Y. Alumni Association 684

Corning 686

Dansville 686

Dunkirk 686

Eclectic 683

Elmira 686

Fulton 686

Geneva 686

Homcepathic 683

Hornell 687

Jamestown 687

Johnstown 687

Lake Keuka Med. and Surg.... 684
Lockport 687



Societies, Medical, u( New Yerk

State (Continued):

Middletown 687

M ount Vernon 687

Newburgh 687

N.Y. and N. E. R. R. Surgs 684

New York City:

Manhattan and Bronx 687-694

Brooklyn, Queens and Rich-
mond 696-698

New Rochelle 698

Niagara Falls 698

Northern N. Y. Medical 684

Ogdensburg 698

Oswego 698

Poughkeepsie 698

Rochester 698-699

Rome 699

Saratoga Springs 699

Schenectady 699

Syracuse 699

Tri Co. Med 684

Troy 699

Utiea 700

Women's Med. Soc, N. Y.

State 685

Yonkers 700

Society Abbreviations 54

Street List of Physicians:

Manhattan and Bronx 21-53

Brooklyn 247-309



INDEX TO ADVERTISERS.



Abdominal Supporters and Binders:

K. L. Storm '. 866

Mrs. E. Watson 864

Alston's (Miss) House for Private Patients Inside Front Cover.

Artificial Limbs:

A. J. Ditman 865

Bancroft Health Resort 10

Beckman, H.— Masseur and Medical Gymnast 864

Belts, Supporting:

C. Donovan Third Cover.

Porneroy Co 6-7

Binders and Abdominal Supporters:

K. L. Storm 866

Mrs. E. Watson 864

Braces:

C. Donovan Third Cover.

A. J. Ditman 865

Robert Under 863

Mauger & Schuster 8

Breezehurst Terrace 4

Brown, Dr. W. Stuart — "Sanford Hall" Sanitarium 3

Bunker Truss Co 9

Burial Company — Stephen Merritt 4

Carpenter, Dr. E. N. — "Waldemere-on-Sound" Sanitarium 1

Central Registry for Nurses 8

Chemists, Druggists and Pharmacists:

Ramsdell Drug Co 863

Schieffelln 4 Co 12

Corsets. Maternity— Mrs. E. Watson 864

Dairy Products — Slawson- Decker Co 866

Ditman, A. J.— Trusses, Orthopedic Appliances, Artificial Limbs, etc 865

Donohue, Dr. J. J.— "Grand View" Sanitarium 2

Donovan, Cornelius— Trusses, Elastic Stockings, etc Third Cover.

Drake, D. A— "Idylease Inn, Health Resort" 862

Druggists (see Chemists, Druggists and Pharmacists).



18



INDEX TO ADVERTISERS IQ

tlastic Stockings:

C. Donovan Third Cover.

Robt. Under 863

Pomeroy Co 6-7

Mrs. E. Watson 864

Gale, Dr. G. B.— Bancroft Health Resort 10

Grand View Sanitarium 2

Hallbeck, Axel C. — Massage and Swedish Movement Treatment 862

Harrison, Dr. D. A. — Breezehurst Terrace 4

Hospitals, Private (see Sanitaria).

House for Private Patients, Miss Alston's Inside Front Cover

Idylease Inn — Health Resort 862

Instrument H"akers:

Geo. Tiemann & Co 861

Kindred, Dr. J. J. — River Crest Sanitarium 5

Linder, Robert — Mfr. of Orthopedic Appliances 863

Lubricating Jellies — Van Horn & Sawtell Back Cover.

Masseur — H. Beckman 864

Massage — Axel C. Hallbeck 862

Maternity Specialties — Mrs. E. Watson 864

Mauger & Schuster — Orthopedic appliances, foot braces, etc 8

Medical Gymnast — H. Beckman 864

Merritt Burial Co., Stephen 4

Milk— Slawson- Decker Go 866

Surses:

Central Registry for Nurses g

Schott' s Wet Nurse Agency g

Obstetrical Dressing— Van Horn & Sawtell Back Cover.

Orthopedic Appliances:

A. J. Ditman 865

C. Donovan Third Cover.

Robt. Linder 863

tfauger & Schuster g

Pomeroy Co 6-7

Parsons, Drs. R. L. & R. W.— Sanitarium 861

Pharmaceutical Manufacturers:

Van Horn 4 Sawtell Back Cover.

Schieffelin 4 Co 12

Pharmacists (see Chemists, Druggists and Pharmacists >.

Pills, Soluble — Schieffelin 4 Co 12

Pomeroy Co. , Trusses, etc 6-7

Rnmedell Drug Co g63



20 INDEX TO ADVERTISERS

Sanitaria

Hirer Ciesi Sanitarium..

Santord Hall — Sanitarium

Alston's (Miss) House for Private Patient* luaide Front Covei

Bancroft Health Resort 10

Breezehurst Terrace 4

Grand View Sanitarium 2

Idylease Inn . . ■ 862

Dr. Parsons' Sanitarium 861

River Crest Sanitarium

Sanford Hall

Waldemere-on-the-Sound 1

S.hieffelin 4 Co.— Pharm. Hfrs 12

Schott's Wet Nurse Agency 8

Sheffield Farms— Slawson-De. ker Co 866

Slawson-Decker Co. — Milk and Dairy Products 866

Sterilized Sutures — Van Horn 4 Sawtell Back Cover

Stephen Merritt Burial Co ■>

Storm. K. L. — "Binder and Abdominal Support''

Surgical Appliances, Chairs, Tables, etc

Bunker Truss Co '■'

C. Donovan Third Cover.

Robt. Under 863

Mauger 4 Schuster 8

Pomeroy Co 6-7

Surgical Instruments (see Instrument Makers).

Swedish Movement Treatment — Axel C. Hallbeck 862

Tieman 4 Co., George — Surgical Instrument Makers 861

Trusses:

Bunker Truss Co 9

Ditman, A. J 865

C. Donovan Third Cover.

Robt. Llnder 863

Pomeroy Co 6-7

Van Horn 4 Sawtell Back Cover

Waldemere-on-the-Sound Sanitarium 1

Watson, Mrs. E. — Abdominal Supporters, etc 864



STREET LIST OF PHYSICIANS.
MANHATTAN AND BRONX.



ABINGDON SQUARi
(Tromart Inn)
M. B. Hopkins

ALEXANDER AV.

191 W. E. Howley

200 E. R. Crowe

203 J. F. Curry

206 C. S. Bumstead

213 M. J. Silverman

265 E. F. Brennan

267 E. Broquet

269 J. C. Fisk

284 E. A. W. Wilkens

286 J. J. Williams, Jr.

287 J. S. Stetson
289 J. J. Burns

302 N. A. Craw
328 W. J. 0' Byrne
332 W. A. Randel

336 E. L Corbett

337 H. Wollner

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pltal.)
F. Beekman

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6. H. Humphreys
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W. M. Sllleck
131st St., (J. Hood Wright
Memorial Hosp.)
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